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Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Crisis and commission government in Memphis : elite rule in a Gilded Age city Lynette Boney Wrenn. Child of the Mississippi Crises of debt and disease Exit Memphis The oligarchy A model sewer system Debt settlement Municipal services Regulation of public service corporations A house divided The Memphis plan of structural reform. Geographic Name: Memphis (Tenn. Politics and government. Rubrics: Elite (Social sciences) Tennessee Memphis History 19th century.
Who Governed Gilded Age Memphis? .
Who Governed Gilded Age Memphis? Who governs? At least since Robert Dahl's 1961 study of that name, historians and political scientists have been asking this question about American cities Crisis and Commission Government has a number of strengths.
Lynette Boney Wrenn is an independent historian and this book, her second, is essentially her 1985 doctoral dissertation. Her thesis is that the Memphis commission form of government did allow the city to recover from fiscal crises and endemic disease, but "as a long-term political arrangement," it suffered from a number.
Lynette Boney Wrenn is an American independent historian, educator and author. In 1949, Lynette began her career as a high school teacher in Hamlet, North Carolina, a post she held till 1951. Between 1953 and 1954, Wrenn worked as a teacher at a girls’ school in Columbus, Ohio. In 1958, she also taught at Southwestern at Memphis (present-day Rhodes College).
Start by marking Crisis and Commission Government in Memphis: Elite . Throughout this book, Wrenn compares the political experience of Memphis during the Gilded Age to that of other towns and cities in the United States.
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Wrenn, Lynette Boney Crisis and Commission Government in Memphis: Elite Rule in a Gilded Age City. ISBN 13: 9780870499975. Crisis and Commission Government in Memphis: Elite Rule in a Gilded Age City. Wrenn, Lynette Boney.
In 1879, demoralized by municipal bankruptcy and a crippling yellow fever epidemic, the citizens of Memphis allowed business leaders and large property owners to create one of the earliest city commission governments in the United States.
Wrenn, Lynette Boney (1998). Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee Press. php?title Jeremiah Watkins Clapp&oldid 933473886".
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